After a succesfull 3.1, with 50% Yirgacheffe Organic, we stay with
the same kind of recipe.
The Ethiopian part is an organic Sidamo from the Sidama Union.
Sidama Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union (SCFCU) was founded
in 2001 to represent coffee producing cooperatives located
throughout the Sidama Zone of southern Ethiopia. Originally, the
Union consisted of 39 cooperatives which represented over
Today, SCFCU has grown to represent 46 cooperatives and
over 80,000 farmers (small holders) making SCFCU the second
largest coffee producing cooperative union in Ethiopia. Nearly all
coffee produced by our member cooperatives is shade grown in
low densities under the canopies of indigenous trees and enset
(false banana), a staple food crop. Expect tea like aromas, citrus
Mixing in a Panama is not the easiest of tasks, but those beans from
the Lerida estate have such a smooth and buttery mouthfeel, we
blend them without problems.
This Lerida mix is a typical clean Bouquete coffee from 10 different
lots thate were mixed at origin. We also have a microlot in
the warehouse, but this one is just fine with the Costa Rica. Maybe
we blend Lot 5 in the next LGB version.
The bean is a Caturra-Catuai combination and gives the blend a
floral and wild touch.
Last but not least we have the Caffenation classic, Costa Rica
Monte Canet, for body and roughness.
Caturra and Catuai beans again, but also a bit of geisha!